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costello covering in washington tonight. hey, tom, good evening. >> hi, brian. malaysia airlines is telling the family members of the missing to leave hotels and return home to await more news about the fate of their loved ones. the five-page report provide as timeline of events and raises new questions about what took so long to launch a search for the plane after it was reported missing. >> 370, thank you. >> for the first time we're hearing the voice from the cockpit as 370 communicated with malaysia communique tors. family members heard the recordings, we don't know which captain or first officer it is, but all of the conversations appear routine. the last transmission at 1:19 a.m. is believed to be from captain shaw. >> reporter: at 1:21 a.m. the plane disappeared from radar but not until 1:38 a.m. did vietnamese controllers tell malaysia the plane was missing and then another four hours before the malaysian search and rescue was activated. far too long say some who insist searches would have been launched sooner in the u.s. >> when you dissect that four-hour delay that could be the di
thursday. tom costello has more on that. >>> malaysia 370, thank you. >> for the first time we're hearing the voice from a cockpit as flight 370 communicated with malaysian controllers. >> reporter: family members have also heard the recordings. we don't know if it is the captain or the first officer, but all of the conversations appear routine. the last transmission of 119 a.m. is believed to be from captain shah. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370, contact ho chi minh 120.99, good night. >> good night. >> at 1:21 a.m., the plane disappeared from radar. but not until 1:38 a.m. did vietnamese controllers tell malaysia the plane was missing. then another four hours before the malaysian search and rescue center was activated. far too long, say safety experts, who insist searchers would have been launched far sooner in the u.s. >> i think when you dissect that four-hour delay, that could be the difference of finding this airplane and not finding this airplane. >> reporter: it took another three hours before the malaysian military reported it had tracked the plane making a u
. officials released their prelim report and recordings from the flight crew. tom costello has more for us. >> reporter: for the first time we're hearing the voice from the cockpit as flight 370 communicated with malaysian controllers. >> family members have also heard the record gds. we don't know if it's the captain or the first officer, but all of the conversations appear routine. the last transmission at 1:19 is believed to be from captain shaw. malaysian 370. contact ho chi minh. >> at 1:21 a.m. the plane disappeared from radar. not until 1:38 a.m. do they say the plane is missing. then another four hours before the search and rescue center was activated. far too long who insist they must have been launched sooner in the u.s. >> when you dissect the four-hour delay, that could be the difference of finding the airplane and not finding this airplane. >> it took another three hours before the malaysian military reported it tracked the plane making a u-turn. search coordinators believe by then flight 370 may have already been in the southern indian ocean. >> that was tom costello reportin
in accidents as a result of these detects. tom costello is with us. good evening. >> reporter: gm discouraged employees from using terms like defect, safety related. gm agreed to pay the maximum fine and allow government oversight on a safety process the feds believe was broken. with more than 2.5 million gm cars under recall for faulty ignition switches and air bags, federal regulators demanded gm change the way it does business. >> what we will never accept is a person or company that knows danger exists and says nothing. literally, silence can kill. >> reporter: gm has agreed to pay the $35 million fine for failing to notify customers or the government of the safety concerns. government investigators say in 2009, gm was told by a supplier, the defects were related. the ignition switch defect could prevent the air bags from deploying. >> i am extremely angry, furious. i mean, i just don't understand their way of thinking. >> reporter: marie yaes grand mo mother and sister died in 2009 after their chevy cobolt lost power and steering seconds before they were hit head-on by a drunk driver. 12
's a battle over that getting changed. our report from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: it was an ef-5, 210 mile per hour winds. plaza towers elementary didn't stand a chance. >> it is, like you see, completely destroyed. >> reporter: 9-year-old christopher legg was among seven children who died here when the building collapsed. a year later, his parents watch every day as construction crews rush to get the new school up and running. >> this didn't have to happen. >> reporter: across oklahoma, 1100 schools don't have tornado shelters, half a million students and teachers potentially at risk. christopher's mother dani is on a crusade to put a shelter in every school. >> it's not a matter of if a tornado is going to come to oklahoma again it's a matter of when it's going to happen. >> reporter: one architect recommends a gym with outer walls that are 12 inches and reinforced steel rebar, a four-inch concrete roof over a layer of metal and steel doors with three-point anchors. the school is being built with a safe room but retro fitting every school in oklahoma would cost nearly a billion doll
to advertise airfares without mentioning those fees. our report from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: talk to airline passengers at chicago o'hare, they'll tell you what they don't like about flying these days. >> when you get duped into feeling like it never ends with all the fees and costs. >> they nickel and dime you, they charge you for everything. >> reporter: it's also a top complaint to the department of transportation, which today proposed new rules to give airline passengers a better idea of how much their trip will really cost. among the new rules, airlines would be required to disclose up front any extra charges, including fees for checked luggage, carry-on bags, early boarding, and seat selection. they'd have to disclose whether a partner airline is flying the route and allow passengers to cancel a reservation within 24 hours of making it without penalty if the flight is still at least a week away. and for the first time, online booking sites would also be treated as ticket agents, requiring them to also disclose all of their fees up front. >> people understand that knowledge i
made it out of this alive. we get our report tonight from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: it happened at this condo complex last month. surveillance video captures the moment she grabbed a railing and went limp. her frantic father pulled her out but danella's ten-year-old brother diego was in the water for 15 seconds before his grandfather managed to pull him to safety. >> when they grabbed onto the metal railing, that's when they felt the shock and they were paralyzed. >> reporter: the brother, sister and another child who was also shocked all survived. city inspectors say bad wiring was likely the cause. just two weeks earlier, also in the miami area, seven-year-old colter sloan died when he was elect cuted in his own family pool. police are investigating whether a faulty pool light is to blame. >> they found the ground cable wasn't hooked up, so essentially, he became the ground. the electricity traveled into the ground, it traveled through his body. >> reporter: experts say it's a frightening reminder what can happen when water comes into contact with electricity. too often the on
the speed of a bullet leaving the barrel of a gun. our report from tom costello. >> reporter: may 9th in houston, flight 601 was departing on runway 9 and another leaving for mexico city on runway 15, but the controller apparently made a serious mistake. instead of telling the vancouver flight to turn left, the controller told the flight to turn right into the path of the other plane. the controller quickly realized his mistake. >> stop your turn, stop your climb and stop your turn. united 601. >> reporter: the planes came within 400 feet vertically seconds away from disaster. april 24th in newark, an arriving 737 flew right over the top of a departing express jet regional flight cleared for takeoff on an intersecting runway. >>> that was real close. . >> reporter: they missed each other by just 400 feet. the faa since ordered changes to the runway layout. >> the common theme is we have a lot of aircraft in high density air space. >> reporter: april 25th northeast of kona, hawaii, a united 757 on a collision course, flying at 33,000 feet, 600 miles an hour when their collision avoid d
forecasting food prices continuing to ri. we get our report from tom costello. >> reporter: it's the talk around the picnic tables this memorial day, what is happening to the grocery bill. >> my husband asked me if i'm buying gold at the grocery store because our bill haves gone up. >> reporter: nationwide, food prices have went up a gallon of milk 3.32 and chicken breast up 13 cents and tomatoes up 16 cents and eggs up 20 cents. the grills we will be paying for this year, beef and veal prices both up 6%. beef is now averaging $3.80 a pound but higher in some areas. at this barbecue, lisa says her food expenses have nearly busted the budget. >> four years ago i was able to buy the meat and sodas for $300. i've now spent more than double that. >> reporter: the steering drought in texas, oklahoma and california have kevin stated produce fields and depleted cattle stock. >> total number of cattle in the country are the lowest since the 1950s. >> reporter: making matters worse, a serious virus killed 7 million piglets, 8% of the nation's bigs. at this butcher shop today, the owner told us he'
costello. >> reporter: for years, thanks in part to heavy advertising, many americans have believed aspirin is just what the doctor ordered to prevent heart disease. but leading doctors have long been concerned about patients without heart disease taking an aspirin a day. >> i think a lot of people think that because it is over the counter, that it has no side effects. and we've often said that if aspirin were invented today, it would actually be much more strictly regulated by the fda. >> reporter: aspirin thins the blood. it also carries the risk of bleeding in both the brain and stomach. the use of aspirin strictly as a preventive measure has always been doctor driven. but now the fda is reminding consumers there are risks associated with taking aspirin. a study in the british medical journal "lancet" found it's the cause of gastrointestinal bleeding. bayer has been seeking approval to market aspirin as a medication for preventing heart attacks. but the fda has rejected the latest requests saying the data do not support the use of aspirin as a preventive medication by people who have not
across the state without one. nbc's tom costello has more. >> reporter: it was an ef-5 tornado, a mile and a half wide, 210-mile-per-hour winds, plaza towers elementary didn't stand a chance. >> it is like you see completely destroyed. >> reporter: 9-year-old christopher leg was among the seven who died here when the building collapsed. a year later his parents watch every day as construction crews rush to get the new school up and running. >> this didn't have to happen. >> reporter: across oklahoma 1100 schools don't have tornado shelters. 500,000 students and teachers potentially at risk. now christopher's mother is on a crusade to put a shelter in every school. >> it's not a matter of if a tornado is going to come to oklahoma again, it's a matter of when it's going to happen. >> reporter: one oklahoma architect recommends using a gym for a safe room with 12-inch outer walls and reinforced steel rebar. a four-inch concrete roof over a reinforced layer of metal and steel doors with three-point anchors. the new school is being built with a safe room but retrofitting every school in okl
costello, a little baby talk. i was talking to the baby. >> i'm coming to new york, chris cuomo. you are in trouble. i'm standing up for my kate bolduan. >>> "news room" starts now. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. in california every inch of the state is in a period of drought and danger. in san diego county winds whipped up dozens of wild fires. at least one person has died. the "l.a. times" quotes one terrified homeowner saying the approaching wall of flames looks like armageddon and countless residents simply can't believe their eyes. >> there it is right there. [ bleep ]. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. [ bleep ]. >> it's right there. >> really frightening. dan simon is in escondido. i understand they have made two arrests, right? >> reporter: that's right. carol, they have made two arrests, two teenagers accused of trying to start some brush fires. because we have seen so many fires at once there has been immediate speculation that perhaps we are looking at arson here. they are going to investigate to see whether the teenagers are involved in s
, that was a good song. have a great day. >>> "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me this morning. malaysia's government peels back the curtain on its search to missing flight 370. overnight officials released satellite data from the airliner's final hours. it's the very information that wildly diverted the search to one of the most remote areas on earth. where not a single piece of wreckage has yet been found. today's release comes after two months of angry demands and accusations from families of those aboard. and no sooner did this data go public before even more criticism that key information was being withheld. we'll talk to our own aviation experts in a minute. first, cnn's richard quest has an exclusive look inside inmarsat, the british satellite company solely responsible for pinpointing the search. >> reporter: this is inmarsat, the company which for 35 years has been used by ships and planes to keep in touch. we were given exclusive access to the network's operation center. here in the satellite control room in london that you see the
's disappearance, but it only seems to be raising more questions. tom costello has details. >> fors the first time we're hearing the voice from the congress hit as flight 370 communicated with malaysian controllers. family members have also heard the recordings. we don't know if it's the captain or first officer fareek, but all the conversations appear routine. the last transmission at 1:19 a.m. is believed to be from captain shaw. >> malaysian 370. contact ho chi minh. good night. >> at 1:21 a.m. the plane disappeared from radar h but not until 1:38 do they say it's missing. then another four hours before search and rescue was activated. far too long who searchers who insist they would have been out much sooner in the u.s. >> when you dissect the four-hour day. that could be the difference of finding the airplane or not. >> it took another three hours before the military reported it had tracked the plane. search coordinators believe by then it was already in the southern indian ocean. family members want answers. >> why is that? who is responsible for it? who makes the decision? >> also malaysia
. a lot of americans have given up looking for work altogether. nbc's tom costello has more for us tonight. >> reporter: the employment numbers today were far better than anyone expected after a brutal winter that seemed to put the brakes on the economy, evidence business came roaring back in april. 75,000 jobs created in the business and professional arena. 35,000 retail jobs. and more than 30,000 jobs in both restaurants and construction. >> all told, our businesses have now created 9.2 million new jobs over 50 consecutive months of job growth. >> reporter: among those hiring, microchip giant global foundries looking at 600 employees at a facility north of albany. starting salary for someone with a two-year degree, $40,000. but they must have both technical and personal skills. >> the ability to communicate and ability to work in teams, having analytical skills and problem-solving skills. >> reporter: plenty of big name companies are hiring. amazon.com, lockheed martin, ibm, and jpmorgan chase. where erica hall just landed a job in chicago after her savings nearly depleted. >> in a word,
costello in washington. >> reporter: the hurricane of recalls and bad press surrounding gm grew even bigger today. the latest recall includes 1.4 million 2009 through '14 full size crossovers with defective seat belts. a million older sedans with chip cables that can wear out. and cadillac escalades with passenger airbag defects and a handful of pickups with a fire risk. in a statement, the company says it's part of a continuing effort to quickly address emerging safety issues. it was last month that the ceo went before congress promising change. >> we recognize culture change doesn't happen in a year or two but we're well on that journey and we will, are dedicated to it and we want to have the safest vehicles on the road. >> reporter: so far this year gm issued 29 recalls involving nearly 14 million cars, an industry record. on gm's facebook page, dislike, disappointment and disgust from one gm customer. others wrote it's tuesday, must be gm recall day. and i am leaving american cars. this is ridiculous. phil lebeau covers the auto industry for cnbc. >> some of these would not have bean re
on in the news. always good to end with "the good stuff." a lot of news. get you to carol costello. >> have a great day. thanks so much. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. first came the apology, then the attack. disgraced l.a. clippers owner donald sterling says he made a terrible mistake, and insistence he is not a racist, but in the same exclusive interview with anderson cooper, sterling goes off on magic johnson, and takes shots at the media, who he seems to blame for his problems. here's sterling, in his own words. >> here is a man who's -- i don't know if i should even -- he about thes so holy. i mean, he made love to every girl in every city in america, and he had aids, and when he had those aids, i went to my synagogue and i prayed for him. i hoped he could live and be well. i didn't criticize him. i could have. is he an example for children? you know? because he has money, he's able to treat himself. but magic johnson is irrelevant in this thing. he didn't do anything harmful to anybody, and i respected him and i admire ev
. >> i have a weird head shape. still do. over to carol costello. >> what's in the water up there? >> i don't know, carol. don't come to new york. >> i know! the sunset baby, made me hurt. thanks to all of you. have a great day. >>> "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me primary care. is the tea party staggering into today's elections? voters heading to the polls in six states and big stakes for all the rest of us come november. i think this is the opening act to the 2016 presidential elections. at stake today, control of the senate. republicans have their best chance of winning back the majority since they lost it in 2006. democrats hold a majority and could lose control of the chamber if they drop six seats. the other big story for today, a true test of the tea party. mainstream gop fighting back and launching a strong counteroffensive. our political team is covering all the angles. let's start with dana bash covering today's headline mashup in kentucky, it's an exciting one, dana. >> reporter
's "the good stuff." time for "newsroom" with ms. carol costello. >> thanks so much. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thanks for joining me. plans for american help in nigeria are now in motion. right now the pentagon is working out options on how to help nigeria rescue nearly 300 school girls held hostage by terrorists there. barbara starr has the latest development ts. cnn law enforcement analyst tom fuentes is on the phone with us. barbara, what are the plans? >> reporter: a senior u.s. military official told me a short time ago, and i want to give everyone the specific wording. here is what the official said. the pentagon has initiated planning efforts to determine how we can offer options for support of the nigerian government in the current situation. so that's a big clue here about what is going on behind the scenes, planning options for support. don't look for boots on the ground, so to speak. don't look for u.s. military operations on the ground. what we are talking about is how to offer the nigerian government the
. carol costello. >> i hear you, chris, i was on the free lunch program when i was in grade school. just being on the free lunch program was so embarrassing me for a time. the school system, what were you thinking? thanks so much. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello, thank you for joining me. disgraced nba owner donald sterling breaks his silence and pleads for forgiveness. he also found a way to insult a beloved icon of the nba and even shift some of the blame for his racist rants that may cost him his team. here is the exclusive interview, a portion of it, with cnn's anderson cooper. >> i'm a good member who made a mistake. i'm apologizing and i'm asking for forgiveness. am i entitled to one mistake after 35 years? i love my league, i love my partners. am i entitled to one mistake? it's a terrible mistake and i'll never do it again. >> the vice president of the nba players association, roger mason, he said the players won't accept anyone in the sterling family owning the clippers, not you, not your wife, not your son-in-law,
"newsroom" and ms. carol costello. bionic in her own way. >> i'll take that. thank you, chris qom ma. have a great day, guys. "newsroom" starts now. >>> a decade in captivity. now free. >> he tells her her mother doesn't care. they're going to deport her. >> kidnapped, now held hostage, now reunited with her family thanks to facebook. >>> also, the va crisis depends. >> it is dishonorable, disgraceful and i will not tolerate it, period. >> calls foreheads to roll grow louder. >> there was no urgency. mr. president, we need urgency. we need you to roll up our sleeves and get into these hospitals. >> but so far, nothing. >> i want to see what the results of these reports are. there is going to be accountability. >>> plus, what the hail? parts of denver buried. >> they were struggling to push the ice and the hail off the field. >> apocalyptic-looking supercell spun tornadoes and ground the city to a halt. >>> hundredaway groom, days after the invitations go out, rory mick elroy and caroline woz knee ak say i don't. >> quite a difficult time for caroline and myself. >>> let's talk liv
costello. >> hi, thanks so much. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello, thanks so much for joining me. this morning in coffee shops and in college campuses this man's deadly rampage is reviving the debate over gun control. dodged by mental health issues all his life, yet was able to buy three firearms, his murder weapons. the father of one of his victims, chris mrds, is outraged and demanding action this morning. >> i can't tell you how angry i am! it's just awful. no parent should have to go through this, no parent, to have a kid die because -- in this kind of a situation. what has sdmangd have we learned nothing? these things are going to continue until somebody does something. so where the hell is the leadership! >> the killer's parents learned of their son's plans and raced to stop him. on the way there, they learned the massacre had already begun. cnn's kyung lah has more. this is where the rampage began, in the gunman's apartment. three people stabbed to death. detectives describe it as a horrific crime scene. from here
. >> good to have you here today. >>> let me get you right to the newsroom with ms. carol costello who's in washington. >> i am. thank you, chris. "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. it's not getting any easier in southern california as firefighters scramble to keep thousands of homes from going up in flames. it's a dangerous combination. record high temperatures hovering around 100 degrees. bone-dry conditions and gusty winds. it's all fueling nine separate wildfires. already there's a state of emergency declared in san diego county. >> oh, my god! oh, my gosh! oh [ bleep ]! >> omg is right. nearly 10,000 acres have already burned. tens of thousands of people have been told to leave. wildfires don't usually hit southern california this badly this early. >> this is something i have not seen in my career. i've been in this fire service for 27 years. i haven't seen it this dry, this hot for this long in may before. and we've had extraordinary numbers of started fires, and each fire will be treated as a crime scene until it's prov
for the "newsroom" with carol costello. >> you made every woman in the country angry, chris cuomo. >> kate, you look beautiful. >>> i'll let you fight among yourselves. have a great day. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello, thank you so much for joining me. next hour president obama faces the next generation of military leaders and outlines his foreign policy for a nation weary from a decade of war. he will deliver the commencement speech just over an hour from now at the u.s. military academy at west point. it will stress the value of international cooperation in dealing with crises and avoid the open-ended conflicts that left american troops bogged down in iraq and afghanistan. a day after obama revealed his plans for the final u.s. withdrawal from afghanistan, a reminder of the dangers that still fester there. a u.s. consulate vehicle is attacked and two americans injured. critics are sure to say it's another example of a weakened president defied on the world stage and no longer packing the threat of swift and decisive military action
costello has more. >> good afternoon, malaysia is urging family members of those missing on flight 370 to go home, not to hang out or camp out any longer in kuala lumpur. go to the comforts of their home in beijing or whatever to await word. that said, the malaysians have now released this time line and there's something striking about it. let's look at what it looks like here. at 12:41 a.m., flight 370 departed kuala lumpur. we knew that already. that was part of the record at 1:19 it was handed to vietnam he's air traffic controllers and 1:21 it disappeared from radar. 1:37 a.m. controllers began inquiring about where is the missing plane. a 17-minute gap from when it was last -- when it disappeared from radar to the time controllers in vietnam said wait a minute we haven't seen this plane, where is it? and this is the most concerning lapse, a four-hour gap until 5:30 in the morning before the search and rescue center was activated. with that as the timeline here are the final words, you're going to hear them and they are very u teen and common air traffic conversation between the co
, silence can kill. >> tom costello joins me now live. you were at the announcement the. what's the very latest? >> reporter: this is a $35 million fine, a penalty that gm has agreed to pay for failing to notify the government in a timely manner, we're talking about years of a serious defect involving the ignition switch. when it went into the off position or neutral position, the air bags failed to e deploy. it is now going to pay a $35 million fine. the d.o.t. would like to see that increased to $300 million for future cases, but that would be up to congress. $35 million is a drop in the bucket for a company the size of gm. but in addition it is agreeing to oversight as it relates to its safety processes nsds the company, which the government says were completely broken. people at the bottom of the organization all the way to the top knew of the safety defects and failed to do anything about it. failed to immediately discuss the potential for a recall. but given the severity of this issue with 32 crashes known, 17 known deaths, mounting lawsuits, i asked the secretary why the governmen
's tom costello searches for the cause of these frightening close calls. >> reporter: the close calls involve air traffic controllers on each end of the country. may 9th in houston, united flight 601 was departing from vancouver on runway 9 as united flight 437 was leaving from mexico city on runway 15. the controller apparently made a serious mistake. >> 601, thank you, heading 340. >> instead of telling the vancouver flight to turn left he told him to turn right into the path of the other plane. the controller then quickly realized his mistake. united 601, stop your climbing and stop your turn, united 601. >> reporter: the planes came 400 feet vertically, .8 miles laterally. seconds away from disaster. arriving united 737 flew right over the top of a departing express jet regional flight that had been cleared for takeoff on an intersecting runway. >> do you have him in sight? maintain visual. >> oh, yeah, he's real close. >> reporter: they missed each other by just 400 feet. the faa has since ordered changes to the runway layout. >> the air traffic controller is talking nonstop. you
. they are in no rush. o, did costello -- dick costol i spoke to him earlier. i want you to take a quick listen. >> we have a very specific way of thinking about the long-term plan of the company. it is about balancing investment in growth and operating leverage and efficiency. i thinkance is the way about how we will build the business and the company while paying attention to the market landscape. >> that is angela ahrendts -- of thestolo's vision company. what about what is happening in the market? we have seen tech stocks are being dramatically revalued. >> markets go up and go down. it is one of the most predictable things that is unpredictable in the short term. i think it's a great technology leader and we have a lot of grid technology leaders. it is hard to be a public company. it is easy to get focus on the day today and quarterly. most of the great technology companies had two folks on the long-term, not the next year or three years. what will build significant value. it is really focused on that. talk about of their the potential bubble, it is something you think about? >> you know, we stay
>> this is cnn breaking news. >>> and good morning to all of you, i'm carol costello. thank you for joining me. we begin with breaking news. there is a horrifying turn in the case of those 200 nigerian girls abducted from their school last month. a man claiming to lead the terror group that abducted those girls from a rural school has issued a chilling warning. he will sell those girls. the statement issued just minutes ago says, quote, there is a market for selling humans. alla says i should sell. he commands me to sell. i will sell women. i will sell women. unbelievable, right? cnn's slad dutyier with more. it's just mind boggling. >> reporter: it is, carol. but, in fact, this has been what boek aram has since 2009. rights groups say they have killed thousands of people, just this year alone, 1 tlourks 500 people have been killed in violence. this latest atrocity, the abduction, and now as you heard, the leader -- supposed leader of the group, abu backar saying not only has he abducted these girls, he's going to sell them. these parents sent them to school, they were in the do
" with ms. carol costello. looking beautiful in blue today. >> hmm, i appreciate that. i'll take that. thank you, chris cuomo. have a great day, and all of you, too. and a great day to all of you, too. i don't want to leave you out. good morning to all of you. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thanks so much for joining me. climate change is real, and it's killing the planet, period. in just a few hours president obama will sit down with meteorologists from across the country and talk about that. he's calling it weather from the white house. the interviews come as a stunning national climate assessment is being released by the government, and it does not paint a pretty picture. chad myers has a copy of that report. jim acosta is at the white house, and he can tell us if president obama can actually do anything about climate change. let's begin with chad an that report. >> reporter: it breaks down the united states regions and says here's what's happening and here's what we can do. not just, you're responsible, stop driving bad
getting good. the name your price tool, still only from progressive. >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. we start this morning with monica lewinsky, the world's most famous intern breaking her silence after more than a decade, baring her soul in a "vanity fair" article released overnight in its entirety. in this article, details defined by scandal and devastated by fears that any day a long-ag low affair would be once again drudged up as news, like when her name popped up over clinton era letters released calling her a narcissistic looney toon. the paparazzi have returned to the sidewalk outside this restaurant. i know what this means. whatever day i planned has been jettisoned. to leave the house only ensures the story will stay alive. she gives a look into the trouble she's had dating and even making ends meet, having to take out loans from family and friends. national correspondent suzanne malveaux joins us with more. >> reporter: good morning, carol. it was 16 years ago i covered monica lewinsky. we used to often see her outside the watergate comple
" with carol costello. to all the mothers in your life, carol, we hug them. >> absolutely. happy mother's day everyone, but especially my mom. have a great day. have a great day. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. just when you thought it could not get any stranger, it does. donald sterling's racist talk came from a jealous man who wanted to have sex with v. stiviano. new audio released by radaronline e plains it all, or rather donald sterling does. i'm talking to a girl, i'm trying to have sex with her, i'm trying to play with her. you know, if you're trying to have sex with a girl and you're talking to her privately, you don't any anybody is there, you may say anything in the world. what difference does it make? if the girl tapes it and releases it, my god, it's awful. >> we're going to have a huge discussion on this in just a few minutes. cnn also spoke to the attorney for shelly sterling, the co-owner of the los angeles clippers. yes, she wants to take ownership of the team. we'll have more for you in 15 minutes. >>> first a
been drafted by the st. louis rams as caro costello reports some thought it was a nice moment others not so much >> reporter: the st. louis rams like michael sale costco, the defense of imager rate, >> reporter: it was a tremendous moment of joy for nfl draft pick, michael san that quickly became the center of an on-line firestorm just moments after single received the news over the phone the first openly gay player drafted by the end affeldt kissed his boyfriend sparking some hateful tweets >> all my god! tweet miami dolphin down at the jones he later added horrible the tweets since deleted >> reporter: and from former houston texan and york giant, derrick ford i'm fine with it being a new day and age before him to do that on national tv is disgusting. and gate or not ". then you got little kids look at the draft i cannot believe espn even allowed that to happen. " >> reporter: the social media backlash every action that cn says he expected >> are they're gonna be india's out there who say something stupid? yes and no word about that and more about the guy next to me and the guy in
of aleppo city. and it means that the president's forces are now within reach of costello road. and that links it to the northern countryside. in and around the prison, it means that asham's government will be able to cut off weapons to the rebels on the outskirts of the city and the turkish border. next to the prison, five miles northeast of the 50. in terms of the ongoing conflict, monitoring events from nearby beirut. and the military balance in this conflict, which is over three years old now. >> on the one hand, the capturing of this prison, it has a strategic location, and it will help the government to cut off the rebel's ability to supply the weapons and more rebels and men. and at the same time, this has become a very critical battle. and it has been going on for 13 months. deadly crashes have been taking place for months now, and the rebels are adamant that they want to recapture the prison. they have held a siege for months, and they have tried to bomb it, and get into it with suicide bombs and into the compound. but they have failed. and one advantage that the gover
over to the "newsroom" with carol costello. >> appreciate that. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> i have no idea what was going on in the tower, but it was pretty gnarly looking. >> danger in the skies. >> i want to stop you here, stop the turn right here. stop your climb and stop your turn united flight 601. >> two united airliners narrowly miss each other in the sky. >> do you know what happened there? >> you basically crossed directly over the top of each other. >>> also -- >> look at that golf ball hail. >> it seemed like all hell broke loose. >> holy hail, damaging winds and flooding just as the holiday weekend begins. >>> i fell through that hole, thankfully i didn't keep falling that way. >> trapped 70 feet down on the himalayans mountain side. >> my right arm is seizing up. i can't use it anymore. >> an amazing story of survival, live in the cnn "newsroom." >>> good morning. i'm carol costello, thank you so much for joining me. it has happened again. two commercial jets packed with passengers coming within seconds from slamming into one anothe
's like a fascinating combination of, like, elvis costello and crocker, joe crocker. and then he's got that amazing falsetto like justin timberlake. now that sisaundra -- >> she's out. it's over. i love him. he is awesome, awesome, awesome. >>> we want to give a shout-out because we're having a pet week. >> why not? >> that's what we do here. >> that's what's coming up. >> if your furry friend can do a trick, send us video on our facebook page. we want to see crazy tricks. and we'll put them on the air. >> what if it's a bird? >> they can do tricks, too. >> it's not just furry. it can be feathers, too. >> very good point. >>> we also want to give a great shout-out from the quad cities who came and paid a lot of good money. >> back from sunny florida. happy to have our sunny back. >>> the actress having a roaring good time elizabeth olsen is here. >> and her voice is music to ears of millions of kids that are obsessed with the animated film "frozen." >> the actress behind princess anna, kristin bell. but first these messages. beautiful day in baltimore where most people probably know th
trying to calm investors nerves. ceo dick costello, telling investors that they believe in themselves even though the stock plummeted 50 mers this year. you like at this time e twitter as a stock. >> i hate twitter as a stock. i like twitter as information vehicle. his best quotes or most absurd quote, i like what happened last quarter. you know this guy is not ready for prime time my belief. if you read his quotes how he quarter which was a problematic quarter, this guy should not be the public face. melissa: hillary, would you buy the stock? >> i wouldn't buy twitter even at this price. however, charlie makes the best point. twitter is a very useful tool and very important and very unique. if you have to go to somewhere, go to facebook. melissa: veronica, what sticks out to me, 40% of the users aren't real. that was the real revelation and went through and backed out who was who. 40% are fake bottombots somebody programmed somewhere else. >> a lot of fake users. a lot of people who use it but have an account not using it. they are not tweeting. they don't know what to do with it. me
. ryan costello is running for the sixth congressional seat vacated by fellow republican jim burrokc. he was named one of the 40 under 40 to watch. he may be someone on the rise. and also dave reid who is the chairman of the campaign committee where he saw his party pick up 13 seats in 2012 and maintain a majority, with sam smith set to retire, reid is likely to make a move into the leadership position and could end up running for governor himself one day. that is it for this edition of "daily rundown." it is a busy, busy friday and we wait for secretary shinseki to arrive at the white house, and chris jansing will be talking to bernie sanders the chairman of the veterans committee. >>> time for your weekend forecast. it doesn't look too bad in many spots, but the only issues are with thunderstorms in the aft afternoon hour. we will watch those and a few strong storms from the northern rockies saturday and spreading to the northern plains sunday and down along the gulf coast and dealing with the showers and storms from saturday into sunday, and it is going to be a cool weekend in norther
. i'm carol costello. "@ this hour" with berman and michaela starts now. >>> new information from flight 370's last hours out there for the public to see. do all of those pages actually tell us anything? is the data what distraught family members have been pleading for? >> elliott rodgers spent two years thinking about his killing spree. wasn't there something that should have tipped someone off in that time? >>> new revelations from hillary clinton as she talks about her life, her career and some of the mistakes she's made. >>> good morning to you. i'm michaela pereira. >> i'm john berman. 11:00 a.m. in the east. 8:00 a.m. in the west. those stories and more "@ this hour." analysts are poring over satellite data used to calculate where malaysian airline flight 370 might have landed. they released that information more than two months after the families asked it be made public so other experts could test the data. >> almost a ream of paper. 47 pages of technical information that details communications. so-called handshakes between the planes and the immarsat satellite network. som
news. >> and good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining me. we begin this morning with breaking news. a new transparency in the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. just minutes ago, finally, malaysia's government made public its first report on the plane's final known moments. the big headline for you, the plane had vanished for a full 17 minutes before officials even took notice. and yet it took a remarkable four hours, four hours, before an official rescue operation was launched. it is the government's most thorough accounting yet of what investigators know or suspect. cnn's will ripley has been sifting through this report. he joins us from malaysia's capital, kuala lumpur. tell us more, will. >> reporter: hey, carol. yeah, this is a five-page report and other supporting documents attached to it. we've been going through them. here are the things that really stand out. you talk about those 17 minutes when nobody even noticed the plane was missing. okay. that said, then we talk about the four hours where what we see here, this is a report that kind of d
lauren. >> and that's how it should be. >>> time for the "newsroom," carol costello. also known as chris. >> what? >> and every show, carol. just take it, please, and run. >> i will, kate. such good advice from you this morning. have a great day, tie goois. "newsroom" starts now. >>> many in a massive worldwide string, hundreds of hackers accused of gaining control of your home computer and secretly snapping pictures of you without your knowledge. you might remember the story of cassidy wolf, ms. teen usa, a hacker got control of her webcam, snapped nude photos of her in her bedroom. she had absolutely no idea this was happening. then the perpetrators threatened to put those photos online. >> i dropped my phone and i was screaming. i was on the phone with my mom and we were both crying. i really -- i couldn't explain the emotion i was going through. it was terrifying, absolutely terrifying. >> it is a story you'll see first on cnn. cnn justice reporter evan perez breaking down the developments. sean hennry, the former assistant director of the fbi will break down the investigati
'm saving that for friday. >> i know, we have to go. >>> coming up at the top of the hour, tom costello has a report coming up. anyone planning on flying this summer won't want to miss. new airline rules that would impact all passengers. the question is, will they help or hurt? >>> and gm just announced its 29th recall of the year. can the company rebound from this p.r. nightmare. donny deutsch joins us and he's got the playbook on that. >>> plus, something happened at the white house yesterday that never happened before. and it had some connection to the movie harold kumar wrote to white castle. >> that's a good piece. >>> and talking about bears and moose. we're moving our company to new york state. the numbers are impressive. over 400,000 new private sector jobs... making new york state number two in the nation in new private sector job creation... with 10 regional development strategies to fit your business needs. and now it's even better because they've introduced startup new york... with the state creating dozens of tax-free zones where businesses pay no taxes for ten years. become th
costello. >> thanks, have a great day. "newsroom" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello, thank you for joining me. the tea party may not be over, but this morning the lights are on and the music is off in the biggest contest so far of this year's midterm elections, republican voters rejected the hard right candidates and instead backed those endorsed by the gop's establishment. not a single tea party candidate survived. this morning's headlines say it all. our home page asks "is tea time over?" politico answers that question in saying the tea party uprising is starting to look more like the boston massacre. the "wall street journal" declares primaries taming the tea party. of course, no candidate embodies the gop's power elite more than mitch mcconnell. the senate minority leader from kentucky. he cruised to an easy victory over tea party favorite matt bevin. in georgia, two candidates emerged from a crowded field. they'll go to a runoff. the tea party candidates will go home. the republican mantra beginning in november beco
of the aircraft and the fate of the missing passengers and crew remains unknown until this day. tom costello is live abowith th latest. >> it gives us a timeline about the events. we knew the time line but it makes a couple of things crystal clear. let's show you the timeline. to begin with at 12:41 a.m., flight 370 departed cue allkualr and 1:19 handed over to controllers. 1:37 a.m. controllers specifically starting with vietnamese began asking where is the missing plane, we're looking for it never checkeded in with us. not until 5:30 in the morning, four hours after they realize there's a problem did they activate the search and rescue center and call and begin a search effort here. i want you to know listen to the conversation between air traffic control and malaysian flight 370. it is very routine and that in and of itself is kind of interesting. here's that clip. >> malaysian 370 maintaining level 350. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370 maintaining level 350. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370 contact ho chi minh, good night. >> good night, malaysia. >> the pilot said i'm at 35,000 feet
costello joins us with the latest. how concerned should americans be right now? literally today a received a call from someone saying they had guests coming in from overseas wondering what the impact on their own family could be. >> this is a situation where people hear somebody that maybe wasn't necessarily said in the media and taking on a life of its own. the cdc is aing influ enza causs a greater risk than mers. it's got attention because it's new, same classification of sars. there was a global panic over sars. 812 people died before it burned itself out and we haven't heard of it since. because it is the mers virus, the nih is working on a vaccine so eventually they might be able to vaccinated people who might be exposed to it but that's a process that will take a long time, perhaps years down the road but in terms of this particular outbreak, there's no real panic in the united states among health workers it's just a matter of being vigilant if you know somebody who's traveling it or from the middle east or if you are traveling to or from the middle east, you might want to be aware
fees known upfront. tom costello has the details. the transportation department is heading this up. which fees are coming under fire. please say all of them. >> reporter: yeah pretty much. here's an important context. that's the airline industry has been pushing congress to essentially dismantle existing requirements for them to put the fees out there and disclose taxes and fees and essentially the airline industry wants to be table advertise fares without including the fees. some would call that deceptive. the d.o.t. has come out and said okay the next roll out of our passenger bill of reits will require you to disclose all of the fees upfront, what potential fees might be like. for example, baggage fees, seat selection fees, carry on baggage fees, ticket surcharge, boarding early fee. then in addition disclose if a partner carrier, a co-shared airline is flying the route and no fee cancellation charges if you cancel a reservation within 24 hours of making the reservations but that flight is still a week away you can cancel the flight without penalty. here's the important part. th
costello. a fitting time to throw to "@ this hour" with berman and michaela. it starts now. >>> flight 370 vanished more than 60 days ago but almost 70% of americans want is that search to continue. >>> then, it's not the first time she's talked about it. >> i was a 22-year-old foolish kid. >> monica lewinsky, can she undo the past by talking about her affair with former president bill clinton now? our image experts weigh in. >>> an nfl style draft to pick prom dates? >> organized way of doing it. >> supposed to be like a funny thing that the guys are doing. >> funny? it has parents shaking their heads and ours too. >>> good morning. i'm michaela pereira. john berman is off today. it's 11:00 a.m. in the east. 8:00 a.m. out west. those stories and more right now "@ this hour." after 61 days of searching, it's back to the drawing board in the hunt for flight 370. officials from malaysia, china and australia are due to meet today to plot a long-term strategy for finding that missing jetliner. the australians are leading the search and they say the next phase of the hunt could last eight month
story for you. >>> thank you for joining me today. i'm carol costello. "@this hour" with berman and michaela starts now. >>> a young woman missing for ten years until she found the courage to free herself. why didn't she just run, and what made her finally ask for help? >>> then, where's the action after the outrage? president obama says he will not tolerate deadly delays at v.a. hospitals, but did he already? the president's crisis management skills in question. >>> also, almost 2 million pounds of beef recalled. we know where it was sold, but why don't or can't we know which restaurants served it? >>> hello there, everyone. great to see you today. i'm john berman. >> it's thursday which means it's friday eve. >> almost. >> i'm michaela pereira. those stories and much more "@this hour." imagine this, drugged, kid fanned, locked up and sexually authorities. that is the hell authorities say a young woman in california endured for ten years until finally she found the strength to break free. >> police say the horror started when the girl was just 15 years old. her mother's boyfrie
thank you for joining me today. i'm carol costello. "@ this hour" with berman and mick starts now. >> magic responds saying the clipper's owner rant was beyond personal. >> he's a man that's upset and he's reaching. he's reaching. he's trying to find something he can grab onto to help him save his team and it's not going happen. >>> a dangerous deadly virus is spreading. it's now in the united states. airports posting warnings like this one right here. what you need to look out for next. >>> and that is not a balloon you're looking at. that's a bounce house. it broke loose and flew up into the air taking two children with it. our question, are these fun houses safe? >>> good morning. welcome to wednesday. i'm michaela pereira. >> i'm john berman. 11:00 a.m. in the east. 8:00 a.m. out west. those stories and more right now "@ this hour." >>> magic speaks. he gave his side of the story after donald sterling made startling allegations this week about the nba legend. once again dragging him into the mess that is swirling around the embattled clippers owner. magic johnson sat down with
. thank you so much for joining me today. i'm carol costello. "@ this hour with berman and michaela" starts now. >>> raging infernos scorch more than 10,000 acres in california's san diego county. mandatory evacuations are ordered as houses go up in flame. what will the weather hold up for the firefighters? >>. >>> donald sterling has been playing defense since his racist rambling went public, but now may be switching to offense. reports at this hour that he doesn't plan to pay his fine. he might take the nba to court. >>> then, isn't it awful that it's quite evident somebody is lying here? somebody is lying. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> first the plane goes missing and now the data used to find it. where did that data go, and is someone lying? >>> hello, even. i'm john berman. >> and i'm michaela pereira. we begin right now. >> we're going to begin on the front line of the wildfires raging in california. >> wow, there it is right there. there it is right there. >> [ bleep ]. >> oh, my god! oh, my god! >> the sights and sounds simply overwhelming. you can hear the terro
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